The cozy Jensen chair

The Jensen chair is, in my opinion, a contrasting piece of furniture. On one hand it looks all elegant and chic while on the other hand it’s a very cozy and comfortable chair. I know that nowadays this is a full package but still, you can rarely find something so simple and yet so fulfilling.

The cozy Jensen chair

The Jensen chair is a statement piece that would look good in any room. It has a chic silhouette and it’s both striking and lovable. The Jensen chair is made of European beech wood, responsibly grown and harvested, certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. The wooden frame also features a water-based finish. Because this is a product made on order, you’ll first have to decide on the type of fabric and on the color that you want your new chair to have.

The cozy Jensen chair

There are several options to choose from. You can go with something minimalist like a tone of beige, brown, black or gray, or you can choose something a little more dynamic and dramatic and opt for a bold and colorful print. The overall dimensions of the Jensen chair are 38” W x 38” D x 36” H, seat height 17’’ and arm height (from floor0 22.5’’. You can expect delivery in 6-8 weeks. The Jensen chair is available for the price of $1,128.00.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 24th, 2011

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